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Thousands of Euros available to entrepreneurs setting up a company in Italy

By Miranda Millard, 16.10.2019 Ever had that dream of escaping the hustle and bustle of busy city living to open a business in the picturesque Italian countryside? Well, a number of regions in Italy’s south are offering just that. Italian businesses can access monetary grants from the Italian government who actively encourage relocation and opportunities Read more…

Bulgaria’s Economic Growth as it Prepares for the Implementation of 5G

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 13.09.2019 Bulgaria recorded economic growth of 0.8% in the second quarter of 2019, as reported by the National Statistical Institute (NSI) earlier this month. This growth paired with the implementation of 5G mobile network comes at an opportune time for business in Bulgaria. Gross domestic product (GDP) in Bulgaria from April-June was Read more…

How to Avoid Google Penalties and Maintain Website Rankings

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 23.08.2019 Since the Google search engine first launched in 1998, their mission has been to deliver the most relevant search results to its users. Web developers and businesses have continually worked to understand the search algorithms to improve and maintain website rankings. In the fight for rankings, Google introduced penalties to hinder Read more…

Benefits of Opening a Branch Office

By Kooshila Takoordyal, 25.07.2019 The Branch Office is one of the more streamlined business structures a company has at its disposal when exploring the possibility of expanding its activities abroad. Businesses looking to expand and benefit from new markets need to decide wisely if they will open a subsidiary or a branch of their existing Read more…

New Ecommerce Payment Regulations under EU Payment Services Directive

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 28.05.2019 On 14th September 2019, the European Union will implement new requirements for authenticating online payments under the Payments Services Directive (PSD2). These measures will bring significant implications for businesses involved in ecommerce; selling products or services online. Providers of merchant services will also need to ensure that their online payment gateways Read more…

Setting up a Company in Spain: The Economic leader in Eurozone Growth

Spain is largest contributor to Eurozone growth

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 25.04.2019 There has never been a better time to set up a company in Spain where the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is the fastest growing in Europe. Throughout last year (2018) Spain’s Economy has continued to grow and is now leading economic grown within the eurozone. Q4 of 2018 generated a larger Read more…

Employing Foreign Workers Abroad: Foreign Employer Tax Registration

Foreign Employer Tax Registration

By Kooshila Takoordyal, 6.03.2019 A business may wish to hire foreign workers to serve customers in another market or they may need to hire someone with a particular skill set that is not locally available. Hiring international employees can be an effective employment solution, however, this can be a challenge for businesses that have not Read more…

Poland Lowers Corporate Tax Rate to 9% from 2019

Poland matches lowest tax rate in EU

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 28.02.2019 The Polish government has taken steps to attract more foreign investors, at the start of 2019 Poland lowered the corporate tax rate from 15% to 9% for some companies. New and small business with less than €1.2 Million in earnings can avail of this reduced Corporate tax rate while larger businesses Read more…

What are the implications of Brexit to Cross border trade?

how will brexit affect trade

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 28.02.2019 The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU) in March 2019 and a hard Brexit or no-deal is becoming increasingly likely. The UK will cease to be a part of the EU at 11pm GMT on 29 March 2019, As such, there are some important implications to cross border trade Read more…

Top 3 Destinations to Relocate a Company in the Wake of Brexit

By Ana Maricic, 30.01.19 Earlier this month, Theresa May failed to get parliamentary approval on the proposed EU withdrawal agreement. With the UK set to exit the European Union on 29th of March 2019, a ‘no deal’ or ‘hard’ Brexit is becoming increasingly likely. The full effect of Brexit on UK registered companies is still Read more…

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